Question about 1996 Buick LeSabre
Where do i find the fuse for my heater on my 1996 buick lesabre because it doesnt say nothing about it on the manual and my heater don work so i was thinkin it might be the fuse
To start out make sure you have the right amount of antifreeze in the car and if the blower motor is not working it probably is the fuse or the blower motor itself check the fuses under the dash on the driverside and the panel lid should tell you which one is for the heater
Posted on Feb 12, 2009
SOURCE: location of blower resistor
The 96 LeSabre Custom and LeSabre Limited use an electronic module in place of a blower resistor.
It is under the hood on the firewall on top of the heater plenum, but below the relay rack.
They tend to short and run on high until the module burns out and then it quits.
The same part is used on many high-end GM cars from 92 to 96. The electronic module has two connectors on it. (If yours has only one plug it is a real resistor pack and not electronic.)
Posted on Nov 05, 2008
the fuse is in panel with other fuses,however it will say a\c instead of heater. You may want to use a test light to check for voltage at the blower motor plug. To see if current is going to the fuse. Check the other fuses too. since they are linked in parallel to the the acc auto climate .
Posted on Dec 06, 2008
C1 & C2 in your panel are most likely one of the culprits, if no power at heater at seat. Sounds like testing for power at seat switch is easier to do than get at these circuit breakers in the panel. If you have power at switch at seat, then it's not the fuse/circuit breaker. Good reading at this link for you.
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
SOURCE: Crankshaft Position Sensor
the dual crankshaft position sensor is secured in an aluminum mounting bracket and bolted to the left side of the timing chain cover, partially behind the crankshaft balancer, hope this helps get back to me if you need mre help. please rate my fix as i strive to be the best
Posted on Apr 29, 2009
The heater core is located under the dash, in the center. The container holding the core looks like a black plastic box. Remove the ash tray for easier access. You may have to also remove some other covers under the dash. You must first drain the radiator then you have to disconnect the hoses. There are two hoses connected to nipples of the heater core that go thru the center of the firewall. Remove the screws that hold on the cover to the heater core. Then you should be able to get the old one out. There might be a couple of other minor steps but I'm sure you can figure them out. For re-installation just go in reverse order to put it all back together.
Posted on May 25, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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